Post-Christendom webinars

The Opportunities and Challenges of Post-Christendom

Six webinars featuring the authors of already published or forthcoming books in the popular ‘After Christendom’ series are presented under the auspices of the new Centre for Anabaptist Studies, based at Bristol Baptist College. These are co-sponsored by the Anabaptist Network and the Mennonite Trust and hosted by the Church of the Brethren.

You can download a brochure about these below.

They are free of charge and can be accessed from your own computer.

Tom & Rebecca Yoder Neufeld: UK tour

From mid-September to mid-November the Anabaptist Network and the Mennonite Trust are coordinating the visit to the UK of Canadian Mennonites, Tom & Rebecca Yoder Neufeld.

Centre For Anabaptist Studies to be launched

The Anabaptist Network, the Mennonite Trust and Bristol Baptist College announce the launch of a new Centre for Anabaptist Studies, based at the College in Bristol.

Why?

The realities of post-Christendom require Christians in western culture to reimagine faith, discipleship, church and mission from the perspective of a minority community. Christians from many traditions are looking to the Anabaptist tradition for insights and resources.

Everyone thinks they're openminded...

...until they meet someone they disagree with...

An evening of diversity, dialogue, discussion and ditties exploring how to embrace open-minded encounters with that which is genuinely other with Simon Perry (author of Atheism after Christendom) and Richard Norman (Vice-President of the British Humanist Association).

At the Union Chapel bar, Islington from 6 pm, Wednesday 2 July (main programme 7.30 - 9.30)

To download a flyer and for more information click here.

Reading the Bible After Christendom - Exeter event

Today Jesus followers often find themselves on the margins of society. During this day we will explore how alternative ways of understanding the Bible might help is rediscover how we can live distinctively in 21st Century Britain.

With the author of Reading the Bible After Christendom.

At the Mint Methodist Church, Exeter.

To dowload the poster and for more information click here.

Disciples On The Way

Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church are hosting two evenings in June looking at Disciples on the Way: War and Peace.

The first on 3 June will asking can we make peace practical in a violent world
The second on 10 June will discuss baptism as a gateway to conflict transformation.

For more details see the event listing to the right of this page, or to download a poster click here.

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